Cosmos Sonata Pink Seedlings

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Colour Pink - Medium
Type Seedling
Also Good Repeat Flowering
Flowering May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov

Cosmos Sonata Pink
Cosmea bipinnatus Sonata Pink

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Cosmos Sonata Pink

This is the mid-pink member of the Sonata range of Cosmos which was bred to cater for smaller gardens, window boxes and container gardeners in general. Cosmos Sonata Pink is much smaller and tidier than the usual Cosmos bipinnatus varieties, which can often reach 100 cms in height. Sonata Cosmos are typically half that at between 40-60 cms tall. It is because of this as well as its delicious pastel pink flowers that Cosmos Sonata Pink is in our range of ready to plant cosmos seedlings.

All annual Cosmos produce flowers in abundance and Sonata Pink is no exception. The stems will be a bit shorter than those of its taller cousins but, although we have not counted, it looks as if it produces just as many flowers. Planted in a drift, it can put on a show to take the breath away. Simply stunning, it also has amazing stamina keeping going until it is cut down by the first frosts in November. A must for any garden.

  • Half-hardy Annual
  • Colour: Pastel pink with gold stamens
  • Height: 45-50 cms
  • Planting Months: April - June/July
  • Flowering: May - November
  • Plant Spacing: 25-30 cms

Planting times for barerrot plant is November to April
Bareroot and potted - what' s the difference?

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